Racial Discrimination and Labor Unions: Evidence from the NLS Sample of Middle-Aged Men
Duane E. Leigh
Journal of Human Resources, 1978, vol. 13, issue 4, 568-577
Previous research on job satisfaction largely ignores possible race differences in its determinants. This study examines two explanations of a race/job satisfaction relationship: a structural perspective focuses on objective job rewards; a dispositional, ...
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